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New Mexico State UniversityBosque del Apache: Ancient Flyway of the Rio Grande (2000)

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New Mexico State University

Southwest Horizons Nature Series 3

Bosque del Apache: Ancient Flyway of the Rio Grande

Video furnished by Media Productions, New Mexico State University. Noncommercial use only. Episode Three presents one of America's premier wildlife refuges. Every winter, this wetland in the desert becomes home to thousands of migratory birds that come to feed in the temperate New Mexico climate. This documentary features spectacular footage of the refuge's huge flocks and many other animals that life in this rich and diverse ecosystem.

This movie is part of the collection: FedFlix

Producer: New Mexico State University
Language: English
Keywords: nmsu.edu; public.resource.org

Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal

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Reviewer: Jilly9 - - February 14, 2012
Subject: Bosque del Apache Wildwife Refuge
Color. Sound.

Lots of footage of the Rio Grande, sandhill cranes, ducks, eagle, and many other birds. A lot of information on sandhill crane behavior.

Has narration but there is plenty of space to hear bird calls and other nature sounds.


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